September 14-18, 2018 — Visit us at IBC 2018 in Amsterdam

IBC 2018
Stand #7.A44
September 14-18, 2018

Get hands-on with the latest shared storage hardware and software powering post production and broadcast workflows around the world.

Use the form below to schedule a meeting at IBC!

What’s New at IBC 2018!

We’re bringing EVO to the next level with an all new hardware platform, new software, and more workflow features to help you create amazing content, faster.

  • Massive performance increases for EVO v6 hardware
  • New AI integrations in ShareBrowser
  • New workflow features for DaVinci Resolve 15
  • Support for 16 Disk SSD RAIDs
  • 20% more storage capacity for all EVO models
  • Support for Active Directory groups with 10K+ users
  • Improved EVO volume administration
  • Improvements to EVO’s server-side indexer
  • Much more…

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Bipolar Studio Builds Award-Winning VR Experiences with EVO

When Bipolar Studio started to expand their capabilities to include things like 8K & 10K resolutions and 32-bit VR CGI, they knew it would be impossible without the right shared storage solution. They needed a server that could not only help them get over the roadblocks in their current workflow but help them fully realize their potential.

Microsoft’s Channel 9 Studio Using EVO and TriCaster

Microsoft's Channel 9 is a full-blown production studio with over 3 million unique viewers every month. They deliver upwards of 100 videos in a given week, and they use EVO so that all of their raw footage, Premiere projects, graphics, and finished shows are safe and available from any machine, at any of their edit stations.

Ignition Productions Uses EVO for On-Location Coverage with Red Bull TV

Ignition Productions was awarded the contract to cover the 2017 Dakar Rally for Red Bull TV—a daily behind-the-scenes show of the world's toughest Motorsport event. They had to shoot over 13 days of competition across three countries, in some of the harshest conditions imaginable, with temperatures ranging from 122°F to near freezing, sometimes in altitudes over 3500m, an extreme feat for even the most adventurous crews.